Several GOP candidates have been obscuring or hiding their position on abortion rights in recent weeks. So we’ve pulled together a race-by-race breakdown on where they stand.
Five North Carolina reps, including U.S. Senate candidate Ted Budd, cosponsored national abortion ban legislation.
The bill has no chance of becoming law under this Congress, but with the election near, it highlights the stark differences between Republicans and Democrats on abortion rights.
The state Supreme Court might be the last stand for abortion rights, and there’s a lot at stake in this fall’s election of two seats that have not attracted much attention from the public.
Edwards blocked Medicaid expansion for years, opposed abortion rights, authored anti-immigrant bills, and flexed on local governments.
'Republican leaders in the General Assembly are scheming to turn the clock back 50 years,' Rep. Deborah Ross said last week.
But he warned that his ability to veto any anti-abortion laws pushed by the Republican-controlled General Assembly was at risk in the November elections.
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